• F. (.. SATURDAY, JULY 11, ltM
J B HARREN VIEWS
"URGENCY OF CHRISTIANITY”
ELM CITY- Before this appear*
In print, hr,tor>-favorable or un
favorable—v.-ill have been written
from and about Una Uttie Wilson
County tov.n of lew than eight
hundred people of all race* be
cause of an unfortunate Impaaae
occasioned by ordering away (run
the painting and Bible school pro
ject of the First United Presby
terian Chuich here of a small
group of white Pennsylvanians
(youth** who wera aiding the con
gregation', by the Ku Klux Klan
grand dragon James R Jonea of
far away Granite Quarry in Row
an County, who was backed up
by many area white*
The three-million-member Unit
ed Prosbyterian Church In the
USA has hod a policy of Interrac
ial relugou* and edueational ac
tivity for more than one hundred
and seventy-six years; and It has
not just begun In Tarheella, the
KKK leaders should at least know.
Now that the project is sched
uled to resume under adult Inter
racial effort Tuesday of this week,
it Is the fervent hope that fur
ther unfavorable publicity will
not attend Its completion, despite
the threats and intimidations of
lrage crowds of klan demonstrat
ing before the Kim-City town hall
and Its two-man police force and
a deputy sheriff.
It I* heartening to hear that
Qov Terry H Sanford has pledg
ed the full protecUon of the State
In the execution of what is only
a church project Just as we are
sending eight colored youths to
participate with whites In camp
ing proejeta in Kentucky and else
Surely, our nation Is really head
ed fay the devil—and fast—when
white* and colored cannot work
• »Srl Wntwhlr Ond tnwether In an
effort to engender Treater mutual
undeiwtandlng among all people.
Must the Klan be permitted to
dictate the term* upon which
Church must operate? If so, the
Churth had better close up the
Bible, Then too, all denomination*
—more or less, leading onea—are
promoting these types of Inter
racial fellowships in an effort to
get us off the colossal powder keg
Os hate, dispute, dlstrlst and rac
ial prejudice. IF WE DON'T OUT
OFT THESE THINGS OUR NA
TION WILL BLOW UP LIKE
OTHERS ARE DOINOI This Is
the '‘Urgency of Christianity” In
our times. MAY GOD HELP US I
August first la the date for the
Issuance of a 5c U. S. postage
stamp reminding some forty mil
lion unregistered Americans that
It Is time to go register and vote
—ln all elections according to
flyd Kronlsh. authority on the
subject of philately i stamp col
An eligible Hollywood bachelor.
Richard Cham herein, reportedly
keep* In trim and out of the arms
of marriage-hungry girle by run
ning a mile-and-a-half each
morning before bis eight o’clock
work detail. He aays ''lt's the
greatest way'* to keep In trim for
both work and bachelorhood. He
anticipates marriage "when I get
31 three years from now” he
says: and will continue running
for hie health's sake.
We have Just read that the lata
Sam Rayburn, famed Texas
taker of the Route of the U. 8.
Congress, | n referring to young
Preacher Bill Moyers, mild-man
nered Texan, who relaxed the
ministry to become a trusted
White House assistant to Lyndon
». Johnson while he was Vice-
President aa well as after he be
came President aald, In answer to
those who rrltioiaed Moyers; "De-
FORD SALES and
s2s TARBORO ST.
ROCRY MOUNT. N. 0.
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nwtrtp hwm CTGuwymoemwo coar.
■ riw<im% MiiwHum jnarrj
mocracy ia nothing hut applied
We wen did to see that state
ment because it is exactly what
this column has been saying, writ
ing and sneaking to group* for
yean regarding the NAACP pro
gram, with so many Negro preach
er* disputing it.
We maintain that then's some
thing drastically wrong with any
preacher, layman for that matter
who cannot understand that tb«
NAACP program of trying to bring
brotherhood among the race* and
elaasea of humanity with equal
opportunities for all according to
their several abilities Is genuine
Christianity in Its most practcal
form. It la Christianity put Into
practice; and democracy Is ths
NAACP way to Christianity.
This column still—unhestltat
lngly—warns against the precipi
tate action of many of our peo
ple In the area of amusement, rec
reational and soma eating (agili
ties. Now don’t come Jumping on
us about being too slow and all
that crap. This column has been
out hers working and plug gins
away for NAACP programs when
many of you, who are now mail
ing too fast for the things that
count the least, wsra afraid to lift
your hoads or hands or plas* any
money on the NAACP horse's nose
to help win th# race for ths col
ored race and Amertea.
If you rusher-outer* would do
more rushing toward the educa
tional oentera. high school*, col
lege* and other places to learn
some trade., or crafts and then
come back to your respective home
communities and apply for some
white collar Jobs as hard a* you
seek to open less profitable (to
us* doors we would shortly be In
position to earn money enough to
nnraulnrmllv eat the $2.50 to flvs
! dollar dinners. But that cannot be
enjoyed on an wnpty pockct-bOOk.
It's like going fishing and having
We must be practical— uaa com
monssnse about this thing. Seek
ye first education, a good Job—
and hold it and advance—then
these pleasurable things oan be
added as we can afford them. And
few there be among us who oan
afford th# pleasures
A Negro professions) has ex
pressed ths oft-repeoted thought
that It is no crrdlt to the leader
ship ability of Negro high aehool
principals end preachers who re
main on duty In given communi
ties long periods of time and nev
er, never Inspire vouths to go out
and gat further education and re
turn to their home farm commu
nities to help Improve conditions
among thalr neighbors Thus it l*
that the better-trained among us
are kwt to the urban areas of the
south or go north, except for the
teachers Let * Inspire youths to
remain state-side and help us win
BY HBNBY M. RATTER WRITE
BUNN—Th* Bunn Chapel Sun
day School began at 10 a. m. with
the supt. Mr. Phillip Duns tan in
charge. Title of the lesson was.
•From Sojourner* To Slaves." It
was snjoyed by all present
The Octhtemane Baptist Church
service began at 11:10 a. m. with
th* pastor, th* Rev. Watson, in
charge. The choir rendered music.
There was a great number of vtsi
tore present. Everyone enjoyed th*
The Holy Temple Chuych of
Bunn held It* regular worship!Mew*
vice beginning at 3 p m. Th* paa
tor. the Rev. Alston was In charp*
and everyone had a wonderful
Th* wedding of Mr. Sidney R.
Crudup and Miss Mabls B. Holden
was held recently at Elen Spring*
Th# Bridesmaid* war#: Ml****
Shirley Smith. Qladys Crudup. Ma
ry Crudup. Janet Hopkins, Loretta
! Holden and Helena Helden. The
j flower girt was. Little Miss Jessie
Mae Holden; Matron of honor was,
Mr* Rachel Smith. Usher* werot
C J. Richard son. James Milan
John Hopkins. Otis Loo Denton.
Kenneth Crudup, Jeoeph Nasi.
George Perry. Mm Oayballa Harris
and Mrs. Hall.
Th* Rev. C. H. Boykins of Wttoen.
married the couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Jot Thompson,
formerly of Loulaburg. who now
live in Richmond. V#.. was the
weekend house guests of Mr. and
Mr* Nick Booth.
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Crudup. Sr..
Mrs Martha Ann Rodger*. MTS. Bl
ma Hopkins. Mrs Mattie W. Crudup
and Mrs. Vemetl Booth, recently
attended the district meeting of
th* Eastern Star* of Smtthftald.
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IT MRS. FLORENCE J. WYNN
Worship service was held at St
Jam** Discipl* Church. The peeler.
Rev R Williams delivered ths ser
mon. His text was taken from St
Luke Iftt Subject "The Harvest
Is Orest Laborers sr* Few " A vary
inspiring massage It was. and th*
Rev. A. A. Andersen pastor of the
First Baptist Chureh. followed with
a very peed talk which was like
snath ar semen, hut enjoyed by aIL
TO BE ALERT and able and will
in# is tome thing my suhshtut*
housekeeper is (21 year* old' end
it gives m* a Uft to have her a
BY bass BORA STROUD
Osh CHy ffrr****
METHOD - Rev. Lea the Dad
nam held his mid monthly service
Sunday, July 13 at li o'clock A
strong iwsnogs area delivered by
him. which was enjoyed by all
i w iwwi junior rekfty
w*» in cherge of th* mueic under
th* direction of Miaa Lerienn*
Dunston. E. T. U. end night service
we* held es usual.
St James AME Church
Owing to the pastor of Bt. fame*
AME Church, having to preach at
the S. B Convention in Pftteboro,
Sunday, morning service waa net
held. Regular service we* held at
night with Rev. Shear** deliver
ing a lovely sermon All present
had a great time
Mi sacs Louise Avery. Sharon E.
Taylor. Beßit M. Stoke* and Earl
Morgan were delegates to the con
vention Mies Taylor wen eeeond
place In the eratortol contest Fri
day night. St. Jamas Junior Choir
rendered music Friday night at th*
convention. Mr* Elizabeth L«« Fer
gurson ia pianist fer th* choir. Mr*.
Annie Stoke* Arringon is secretory
#f (he Raleigh District Convention
Several other member* attended
thr Friday night and Sunday ses
St Johns AME Church on the
Rhamkstt* Read will he the hast
of the next convention,
Regular sendee at St. James Sun
day morning Groups who did net
report last Sunday night ere ex
pected to make reports Sunday
Eaek Monday and Wednesday
nights Sr* prayer service nights.
Our slsk art doing fairly well at
thi* time. Remember they need our
love and sheer. Mr*. Annie S. Car
ter la recuperating nicely at home
now. After being a patient at Wake
Mr. Lynwood Young, husband of
Mrs. gftle Young formerly of
Method, but now raside* at 101$
Snouth Person it, passed Mon
day. Punerel service wilt be held
at St. Paul AME Chureh Wednes
day at 4 p. m Th* meet faithful
wif* and all of his ralatlves have
oui cut,,*..; sympathy.
Ladls* Club Plenlr
Ths Ladies Willing Workers Club
bald Its annual picnic at Chavis
Park Sunday afternoon. A grand
time was had by all th* visitors and
members. Mr. and Mrs. L. W
Thatcher Stair sen and daughter end
Mrs. Lucy Hicks Tool# from Clay
ton brought dinner and Joined In
with the club ladle*, their families
and friends. Evaryon# declared It
to be th* boat ptenla th* elub has
Satartslna Club and Celebrate*
Mrs. Batty Mcfadden royally en
tertained th# ladlaa at her hem*
last Thursday night July #. After a
regular busineas session was over
ths Isdis* were (rested to s dinner,
which all enjoyed to the highest.
Mr*. Mcfadden enjoyed her lovely
gift* given to her by the ladls*.
Little Ronald Scarborough and
Little John O. White, Jr, were our
honorable men guest*. They enjoy
ed being with the ladles end gave
their pocket change to help in th*
collection Cheek this eolumn next
week for th* August meeting
Mrs. Alii* W. Small and Mrs. H
B. White will leave th# city tor
Now York and th* World Fair
Thursday, with a number of Cub
Scouts. Alfred Emanuel Mssen, son
of Mr*, and Mr*. J. W. Mason and
John Owen White. Jr„ will he In
th# number from Method. They will
spend four day* seeing th* wand
ders es th# fair and New Yerk City.
W* ar* wishing all th* hoys a hap
py sad wonderful trip,
It's th# hand w# clasp with an hon
That give* us a hearty thrill
-It’s th* good that w* pour into eth
That coma# beck our own to fill
It's th# drag we drains from an
That make* our own seem sweet
And th* hours ws give to sitatherh
That mala** our Ilfs templet*
It’s th* burdens ws help another
That makes eur own stem light
It's ths danger tea* ier another*
That thaws us the path to right
fft the gaed wa da aaeh passing
With a heart sinasra sad true.
Hi giving the world ywur very bate
It's heal will return la yea
BY D. W. HBADON
OOLOSTON —The IMI Anuual
Scasioo t>( Ha DulSMi Dtotrlet
Christian education Onwntlao be
iaf held it UmMI Hannon AHi
Han Church aa4 the J. 8. Water*
High School In Ooldstoe cam* to a
dose following a week’s me*ting.
the Hem# of Ska aanaantion waa.
"One Ood. On# Church. On#
World". Monday morning‘a aaaalcin
waa Opting day for tha Sunday
•cheat convention and tha Mtaia
tara* and Laymen a Institute with
Mr. Lawranco Turner preaiding.
Bamarkn. outlinaa and purpose of
Ha aagmenHoa and Instrtute war*
made hy tha Rev. J. A Brown. Tha
Bav. O. Ray Coleman, pastor of
Centennial and Thompaon Chapa!
AMS Ston Churthea. delivered the
Intraduatary aartnan while hie
ahurah chair rendered the musta
LA day. there were inatituta
eiataaa held, prtar la tha evening
sermon*. Re*. D. T. Womack, paa
tar as Corinth Church of Siler City,
delivered tha sermon. Hl* choir ac
eantpaaied him with apprapriat*
anme tar Ha eaaaafaa
A waiaama program waa ptuagnt
ad with tha pastor as tha heat
ehurah. Rav • A Mach. In charge
Reeponae waa given hy Mr*. Vellie
On Tuesday, noon, worship aarv-
IT t K JOHNSON
CLfNTOH - On June 24. 1984.
Henry M. John**). to the
182nd annual (TEA Convention left
by train Cor Seattle. Washington
He enrlred in Seattle. Saturday
moraine June 2T. After picking up
hie reservation at the Vance Motor
Hotel, he reported to the Seattle
Ceter where the convention wm
held Delegate* began registering st
• a. m. in the exhibit hall
The Oral general aaeembly was
celled to order at T:M p. m. Sunday
bp the president, Robert H. Wyatt.
The deportment of Classroom
Teachers was called to order by
the president Henry E. Goebel st
a. m in the Opera House. Dur
ing the representative assembly
meny reports were made. Through
out the week the various meeting!
were held as per scheduled. Voting
for Present D. C T., took place on
Tuesday. Mrs. Elisabeth (Libby)
Koontr of Salisbury was elected
president for 1084-40.
On Tuesday night the Depart
ment of Classroom Teachers were
treated with an arthenie salmon,
end beef barbecue, informal pro
gram Indian native dances and log
ging competition between the states
International logging champions
were featured on the program also
The delegates asaembty had the
pleasure of seeing and hearing Mr
Novak. (James Pranclseus) In per
On Wednesday night after the
business session the N. E. A. held a
reception for the president in the
One of the highlights of the con
vention was the notables Dinner.
Thursday night in the Olympic
Hotel, Spanish Ballroom, the stu
dent national education assembly
featured the Honorable Terry Sen
ford. Governor of North Caroline.
The dinner was attended by a
large portion of the delegatee. Gov
ernor Sanford gave the highlights
of th* Educational endeavor In
As a result of the voting on Fri
day the following officers were e
leeted for 1904-06. George PUher, a
high school teacher in Dee Moines,
lows, was elected to the Executive
Committee, also Mrs. Gladys E
Nunn of Muskogee. Oklohoma.
Richard D. Batchelor. ■ teacher at
Newton, Meu. wa» elected NLA
Th# convention closed at the and
of Friday nlgh'a business session.
Dr. Lots Edinger 1964-00 president.
More than 7.000 delegates attended
PFC. Douglas Faison, son of Mr
and Mrs. James M. Faison, Jr . 621
MeKoy St.. Clinton, spent thirty
days home from his poet in Frank
furt, Germany. While on leave he
visited relatives In Camden. N. J
and friends In Memphis. Tenn. and
Mertglld. Miss. He departed for
Frankfurt on July 0, from the Ken
nedy Airport in New York City.
Mrs Dorothy Cox and sons. Chis
ty and Tracy returned to their
home in Miami. Fla . after spending
three weeks here with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hines and her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
BY MRS. LOUISE COLVIN
APEX—Th# Gospel Chorus was
In charge of the devotion at th* 11
o'clock worthld service at First
Scripture wa* taken from the Bth
chapter of Gelations, 1-10 vers##.
and wa* read by
the pastor, Rev.
W. T. Bigelow,
who also deliver
ed to u# a very
interesting se r •
mon. His text
was taken from
the book of Bt
Jehu. 4:4-6 verse* j
Jeaua Cornea to]
our visitors was
i MRS. COLVIN
Mr. Worth Manley of Watt* Chapel
MCI AND SHUT-IN
W* war* vary happy that Mr*
Mifintt J&nm w«§ able ta come to
our wortaip eervlce She her bean
abaant far quit* a while due to ill
nee* Other tick are: Mr* Julia
Bullock. Mr* Jaaaia Bullock. Mr*.
Girlena Guy, Mr Harman William*
Mr. Waetley Hill. Mr* Lloyd Kar
*cy and Mr. Harbart Horton, who
at the time of tht* writing waa in
Waha Memorial Hoapttal, but *■•
Prated to be homo on Monday.
Mr* J. R Slade and daughter.
Mr*. Mary Dan*, of Seliebury.
apent Sunday with Mr* Blade'* de
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mr* Jeme* Lassiter.
Mr. and Mr*. Earned Morin*. Jr.
and Km era visiting Mr* Morin*'*
mother and firmly.
Mr. and Mr* Richard Marrow
and dtildren have returned home
after a week of vacationing tn New
Mr. and Mr* Melvin Bullock and
aona are vacationing la Connecti
cut and Newark. N. J.
Ice* wan led by Rev. g. P Cooke,
naator of Holland Chapel Church
Muaic waa rendered by hi* church
Her. I C. Everett* delivered the
evening aermon He la pastor of
ftuaaell and Mt. View Churehe*
»**• Laura Lee of Mt. View
Church. Moo cur* waa the prodd
ing officer Wednesday with the
wav. Win. A. Stewart in charge of
®t* "Baheal of Prophet*" and qua*-
Uong and anewer parted.
TRa opening aarmon of ft* eon
nntian waa preached by Rev g. J
Farrar, pactor of the New RngUpg
Church and Byrd** Mission.
OMtcr miaktera preaching aar»
mono Included. Wadnaaday even
tag. annual aarmon by Rev. E. C
McLean, paatar of ML Olive Church
Os Durham; tha Chrtatlan endeavor
Clink waa tod tar Mia* Mary U
Botaae* of it. Mark. AMX Stan
Church. Durham. Rev. A. j. Judd,
fetter Os Rea* Hill and Itaniuar
Church** wa* in charge of tha
Thuraday neon worahip service
Rev. P. W Sykee pastor of Ter
rell* and Evans ChuThe* deliv
ered tha Friday evening sermon.
Mr Nathaniel Hinton of Rtieigh.
spent several days here vieitins Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Summerville.
Mrs. Addle Kirby toft recently tor
Newark, N. J., where she plans to
visit her sen and daughter-in-law.
Mr and Mrs. Percy Lee Kirby-
Mrs. Ida Thompson Blacker and
son, Edward of Ashvllie, were the
house guest last week es her sisters,
Mrs Maggie Mimms and Mrs. Betty
Mr and Mrs. Robert Beatha es
Durham, spent last Sunday here
with their mother. Mr*. Betti* Tet
um. 430 Sampson Street.
Mr. and Mrs Nathaniel Thomp
ron and daughter, of Durham, spent
the weekend here with Mr. Thomp
son’s parents. Mr and Mr*. Thomas
Mn. Louverina H. Williams of
Newburgh. N. Y. is spending her
vacation here with her mother. Mrs.
Mr and Mrs Stanley Blackman
of Philadelphia. Pa . spent tan day*
here as the house guest es Mr.
Blackman* sitter. Mrs. Hattie M.
BY MISS MAS N. HOPSON
CARY Mr. and Mrs. Haufciah
Evans of Winston -Salem, visited
relatives and friends Sunday.
Mr. Winfred Reaves of Tuskee
gee. Ala., returned to his hems af
ter spending the holiday with his
mother. Mn. Lillian Reaves, who
celebrated her birthday on July a.
Mrs Reave* live st 108 W Johnson
Mn. Lelo M Thompson of 218 E
Johnson Street had as her weekend
guest, her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr and Mn. Theodore Bern* and
nephew, Mr. James W. Barnes all
es New York, N. Y.
Mn. Alice J. Moore and children.
Regena, Berlinda and Johnny all
of Newark. N. Y. are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delmo Reeves
on 819 North Academy St.
ATTENDED SUNDAY SCHOOL
Tho*V who atienaed tiit Standay
School Convention which was
held at Mt. Sinia A. M. E. Church,
Plttaboro. last week, were, Mrs.
Mildred Hester. Robert Hester, Miss
Annie M Hester end yours truly
and others. The delegates from
were. Miss Nancy C. Bell and Mr
Edgar Hester. Mise Bell was among
th* Banner Contest reporters. Mr.
Hester won third prize on Concert
Speak an Contest. They reported a
very wonderful session.
ASBURY Lincolnsville A. M
E. Church Sunday Sschool began
at 10 o'clock a. m. Worship service
began at 11 a. m. with the senior
choir in charge of the music. The
pastor, the Rev. J. H. Garrett
brought to us an inspiring message.
Those attending the Sunday
School Convention were: Mrs. Bes
sie Hall and the delegate Miss Lu
SICK AND SHUT-INS
Mrs. Janie Brown Is a patient at
Wake Memorial Hospital. She Is re
ported es doing nicely. All others ai
this writing are doing nicely. We
are happy to report the improve
ment, and w* must not for get the
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT
It it better to loose with con
science clear, than win with a trick
unfair; It I* better to fail and tc
know you've been, whatever the
prize was square.
HOW WOULD YOU identify
what TV call* ‘stubborn odor ?
Located hi 84$ acre* of Flushing Meadow Park, th* stta as .ths'
first New York World s Fair, th# 1964-186$ Fair will run to Sunday,
October 18, ia 1984. It will reopen th# following yasr on April 11
end close for good on Sunday, October 17, 1965. During its two 6.'
month exposition season*, tha
Fair will operate dally, Including
Bunds and holidays, for th*
adtftc: .on and entertainment of
th* millions of visitors expected
to peas through lt* gates. It Is
,estimated that mar* than
T 0,000,000 admission tickets will
have been said before th# Fair
closes in 1865.
With mars than SB% sf its at.
traatlan* entirely fra*, an ad
mission ticket to th* Fair open*
dears an th# greatest entertain.
,m#nt bargain In history.
, Bid**, theater, film*, dancers,
fashion shows, concert*, acre,
beta and magicians create only
a problem of ehotes amidst th*
iplaUiera of gratis offering*.
! Among th* highlight* es th*
fra* event* ara treat apanaeead
by th* Pate itself. Within th*
Singer Bawl, an HJXXl.taat ***n
ate stadium, and th* 8,000-aeat
reefed Pavilion, will bt pr«.
•anted aueh divergent aetlvitiea
aa U.B. Olympia trials and N*.
Hanal A. A. U. championship*,
folk festival*.. ahurah a heirs,
Jaaa aencerte, symphonic arch**,
teas end barbae ahap quartet*.
Visitors wtll to* eur country’s
top athlete*. Japanese Judo ex
pert*. Danish gymnasts and
other teams fram all aver tha
world. Thera will be American
tqoara dancing, and talk danc
er* and singer* representing
almost aH of the ethnic group*
la tha country. These will be
augmented by guest perfuna
aneas of each celebrated artists
as Victoria do too Angelas and
Young premising Jam muai
slpna will make their da but* in
a striae es Jam aenaerts and ax-
BiriennnA msmteMlAsarnies auato
pg! p-w*vw*wng*U EB
Laula Armstrong until add to the
I tokening pie mure es "twinging
Th* tamed Hamm Taber,
aacla Choir wfl| be heard several
times at the Fair a* wfll ether
noted chureh ahadnu
Vnrtmm atotoa win he repre.
■anted hg taalr eympheni* ar.
ahaatraa end by aailaga and high
nßmaml flliuM g*J
On* •# the featured sttruatnae
will be perfermanaea by tha
International Youth Symphony
CHICAGO (ANPI Mayor Rich
ard J. Daley. All-American basket
basket ball star Cassia Russell. Jr.
of the University of Michigan, and
2nd Lt. Warren F. Miller, a recent
West Point graduate, heed the list
of dignitaries participating bt 2
huge parade and picnic sponsored
by the Federation of Washington
Park Homes Residents Counsil, Inc,
on July 25, in Washington Perk.
Mayor Daley will join other city
dignetarle*. ineluding City Council
men Claude Holman. Leon Depres,
Ralph Metcalfe and Kenneth Camp
bell State Registration Director
Sylbestor White and Chicago Hous-
Rcse, who will review the parade
before it winds its way into the
park at 49th Satreet and Cottage
Russell, the only eel leg*
sophomore to be selected a
member es ft* 1988-84 All-A
merican basketball team, and
Milter, a graduate of Engle
wood High School bar# before
retag to ths Petal, will serve
as parade marshals end lead
more than IASS marchers. Rus
sell is also a graduate as a
Chicago high school Carver
Warren Thaxton, president es the
Federation, mad* up of residents of
CHA homes, indicated that Russell
and Milter were selected to ISad
the parade because es their a
"This year,” Thaxton said, "th#
accent is on youth and their a
ehlevements and we Intend to duly
recognize them for thtir contribu
The parade will Include bands
and units fram ths V. B. Andy
Recruiting Service, the Chicag*
Post Offlee sad th* Chicago
Fire and Pallet Departments, as
well as prancing majorette*.
BY MRS. GOLDIE HARDY
PRINCFTON - Mr and Mrs
Thomas Best of Salma were the
d ; nner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Stevens and family of Prtneeton.
Mr*. Lizzie Brewlngton and son.
Rafield ad granddaughter of Golds
boro. along with Mr*. Haney How
ell, Mrs Hardy and sons visited
Mr. end Mrs. Pereey Peacock and
daughter. Crayton, Saturday even
The Junior choir of Mt. Eton
Church of God accompanied Dea
con Welter Bryent to Howell Chap
el Chureh of Selma to appear on a
proeram Sunday evening.
CPL. and Mra. John Whitley of
Cherry Point spent the week-end
with her parent*, Mr. and Mr*.
Tllman Parker and family.
Mr and MV*. Hadis Howell end
daughter. Dorothy, of Goldiboro
visited Mrs. Howell and family
Mrs. Howell and Mrs. Hardy at
tended church in Pikevlll* Sunday
morning and Shady Grove Primi
tive Baptist Church. Elder Robert
Revis of Wilson, the pastor, and
other elders participated In this
“I will say of the Lord. He la
my refuge and my fortress, my
God; in him will I trust."
THE BOSS is inclined to hate the
bookkeeper who cen t make th*
books show a profit.
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as Intarlaahtn'e Joseph M /.
Mate voice* will add a- in
accent in a program arranged
! by tha Society tor tha Preserve* j
tlon and Encouragement of Bar* 1
bershop Quartet Singing and in
another competition, accordlan.
lit* from all parts of tha United
States will compete tor honor*,
climaxed by a stellar concert
featuring America's foremost
masters of the Instrument.
nratty firla will shew their
skill in baton twirling and fa*
mous drill taams will daman.
I strata thalr disciplined peasl.
The Cities Servlca World's
Fair Band, under the leadership
of noted bandmaster Paul La.
valle offers several concert*
daily and th* Nanrelaes Naoks
Swiss acrobats, thrill visitor*
four times a day as they perform
atop 150-foot high poise.
Nightly thara ara epaataeutor
fountain shows with taped
, music and daualing firework*
accompanying brilliant Wills
patterns. And from Memeripl
Day to Labsr Day. there Wtll ho
dancing under the star* to too
muai* es Buy Lombard* 2nd big
Among th* free sttraettoos
sponsored by exhibitor*. th*
most popular have has* exam,
plea as "audio- animation tea”'
created by tha master aha worn a.
Walt Dtonsy. A startlingly Ufa. j
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